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How do I Make a Home Workout Room?

By Bethany Keene
Updated Mar 03, 2024
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Creating a home workout room in your house can be a way to ensure that you always have a space to exercise when you want to. It does not need to be an expensive prospect, and there is no need to fill your home workout room with pricey equipment unless you want to. To create a workout room in your home, you will first need to find an area in your home that is suitable.

A home workout room does not need to be very large; just big enough to move around freely in without bumping into anything. A spare bedroom or bonus room can make a great workout room; it is best not to share the room with any other uses, such as a home office or storage room. This makes it too likely that the room will not be used for working out, and will instead become a receptacle for extra stuff around the house.

Next, determine what you want to have in your home workout room. If you want to purchase a piece of equipment such as a treadmill, elliptical, or some strength training machines, for example, it is best to do this first to determine how much space you will have left over. These items can be rented as well. Rubber fitness mats placed on the floor can help to avoid damage to carpet or flooring from heavy machines or weights.

A television and DVD player can make great inclusions in a workout room. You can watch TV to distract yourself and make the time pass faster when exercising on a piece of fitness equipment, or you can pop in a workout DVD and exercise without using any fitness equipment. It is best to also include a yoga mat in your home workout room so you have a non-slip surface to stand and exercise on.

Some other items you might place in your home workout room include free weights, a fitness ball, a resistance band, and a jump rope, just to name a few. These are all inexpensive items that can be used in a variety of different ways to get a full-body workout. To make the room pleasant to be in, you might want to include some speakers to attach an MP3 player to so you can listen to music, or some plants or artwork to make the room more aesthetically pleasing. Creating a home workout room can be a simple project with a big payoff.

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